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    This is one of my Christmas staples and I'm putting it here so I'll never lose it.

    Recipe #444060

    This is a Christmas tradition at my house.

    Recipe #444061

    I can't remember where I got this recipe but it is a nice change from a regular fried pork chop. I serve it with St Paul's Rice or even my own fried rice recipe as the sauce seems similar to some Asian flavors.

    Recipe #232067

    I haven't tried this but I am a new fan of Salmon and this looks great and seems like it would be healthy. I got this from and need the nutritional values.

    Recipe #483525

    I got this recipe from a friend I worked with long ago and have been serving it for years. It is great with chicken or pork. I like it all by itself. Leftovers are great. In fact, I just put one in the oven.

    Recipe #231946

    For those of you who watched Top Chef on Bravo channel, you may recognize this as a dish Elia prepared. It was the only thing simple enough in the whole show I thought I could make. It is a wonderful never-fail dish. It sounds like a lot of work but really after you wash and cut the veggies, there's nothing to it. And clean-up is a breeze if you use heavy duty aluminum foil in the roasting pan. I leave out the zucchini because it gets too mushy for me. Even though this dish is a meal in itself, I usually prepare some stuffing to go along with all the buttery broth. The rosemary smell in the kitchen is indescribable.

    Recipe #231869

    The first recipe for this chicken by member TEXAS called for a cut up fryer but I'm on a diet so I used boneless skinless breasts. I'm putting it here so I can get the nutritional facts. This sauce is great and the sweetness from the sugar goes all thru the chicken.

    Recipe #480270

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